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Customize and Combine Share Counters into One

Posted · Category: License Free, Stats

Have you ever thought of combine your Twitter, Digg, Facebook and Delicious counters into one single counter? The Share Counter can be fully customized by CSS. It loads pretty fast with only 2kb. It’s easy to use, you simply add or rename the classes of the link to be shared and the element that will hold the counts.

You may use the Share Counter in non-commercial and commercial projects. It may also be included in other software, themes and templates intended for sale or distribution.


Requirements: Javascript enabled
Demo: http://dandypixels.com/sharecount/
License: License Free

Custom Variables & Advanced Segments in Google Analytics

Posted · Category: Information, Stats

For many webmasters, Google Analytics is an awesome way to collect information while experimenting and study what’s going on with your website or web application. Tweaking Google Analytics can give some terrific data that wouldn’t be available by using their default setup.

Alan Johnson has published an article: Advanced Google Analytics for Startups, which tells us how to use Custom Variables and Advanced Segments to get more useful information from Google Analytics.


Source: http://thinkvitamin.com/business/analytics/google-analytics…

Pretty Slick Real-time Traffic Monitoring with LiveStats & Trends

Posted · Category: Stats

GoSquared thinks monitoring your website’s traffic should be simple, fun & enlightening. So they have built LiveStats and Trends, which are beautiful and powerful, yet easy to use web application for monitoring your traffic.

LiveStats shows you what’s happening on your website right now. It shows you your top content based on how many people are currently reading it. LiveStats finds all the stats you could need about your visitors. Find out which browser, and which operating system your visitors are using. Know their location down to city level. You can even find out whether your visitors have Adobe Flash installed, and the resolution of their computer screen. All in real-time – while your visitors are still online.


On the other hand, Trends works great with LiveStats for real-time traffic monitoring backed up by long-term historical data. You can Scan through your traffic data with beautiful, accessible graphs. They offer 3 different Views – List View, Graph View, and Combined. List View gives you the figures, making it easy for the statisticians to analyse the data themselves. Graph View makes it easy for anyone to spot a traffic spike or period of downtime. Read the rest of this entry »

Logging Events, Errors & AB Tests for MooTools

Posted · Category: License Free, Stats

MooTune is a MooTools class for logging events, errors and AB tests to multiple backends such as Google Analytics, Mixpanel or your own server logs. It can be used to gain insights into the actions your user’s take on your site, the errors they encounter and the affect of variations on the site with their interactions.


Requirements: MooTools Framework
Demo: http://www.mootools.net/forge/p/mootune
License: License Free

How to Measure Page Load Time With Google Analytics

Posted · Category: License Free, Stats

Have you ever thought of using Google Analytics’ Custom Variables feature to measure the real performance of visitors to your website? Take a look at the article: How to Measure Page Load Time With Google Analytics. It’s a little clumsy since Google Analytics wasn’t really meant to do this, but it’s good enough that many of you might find it useful.


Requirements: Google Analytics
Demo: http://blog.yottaa.com/2010/10/how-to-measure-page-load-time…
License: License Free

Hummingbird – Real Time Web Traffic Visualization

Posted · Category: MIT License, Stats

Hummingbird lets you see how visitors are interacting with your website in real time. And by “real time” they don’t mean it refreshes every 5 minutes – WebSockets enable Hummingbird to update 20 times per second. Hummingbird is built on top of Node.js, a new javascript web toolkit that can handle large amounts of traffic and many concurrent users.

However, please note that Hummingbird is pre-alpha software. While it shouldn’t screw up your production environment, it’s definitely not yet production ready. In fact, they are still in the process of extracting it from the original app. So check it out, but don’t expect it to fulfill your greatest desires yet.


Requirements: node.js v0.1.96, mongodb
Demo: http://mnutt.github.com/hummingbird/
License: MIT License

Real Time Web Stats & Traffic Analysis with TraceWatch

Posted · Category: Stats

TraceWatch Real Time Web Stats and Traffic Analysis lets you keep track of the visitors to your website in real time with detailed statistics and deep analysis using an innovative user interface for Free and helps you make your website more effective. It can can be easily installed on any website supporting PHP and MySQL.


Requirements: PHP 5+ and Mysql 4.1+
Demo: http://www.dejkam.com/twatch/
License: License Agreement

How to Create a “Who is Online” Widget

Posted · Category: License Free, Stats

TutorialZine has written a tutorial and shown us how to create a “Who is online” widget with PHP, MySQL and jQuery. It will display the number of visitors, currently viewing your site, and it will even be able to detect the country your visitors are from and display it in a slide out panel.

Having access to real time data on your site userbase is a dream to any webmaster. Tools like Google Analytics give a great perspective on your site’s reach, but lack the real time feel a simple widget like this can provide.


Requirements: PHP, MySQL, jQuery Framework
Demo: http://demo.tutorialzine.com/2010/03/who-is-online-widget…
License: License Free

Yahoo! Web Analytics – Highly Customizable & Powerful

Posted · Category: Stats

Yahoo! Web Analytics is a highly customizable, enterprise-level website analytics system designed to help website businesses increase sales and visitor satisfaction, reduce marketing costs and gain new insight on online customers. By storing data in raw, non-aggregated form, Yahoo! Web Analytics is more than simply a reporting tool.

Yahoo! Web Analytics is a powerful, and highly flexible, data analysis tool. Both near real-time and historical data can be segmented instantly and even visualized with advanced graphs to help marketers and site designers answer specific business questions and find new insights to improve their business. However, it’s now only available for free to search and display advertisers of Yahoo! at the moment.

Yahoo Web Analytics

Requirements: Free to Search and Display Advertisers of Yahoo!
Demo: http://web.analytics.yahoo.com/

Apigee Provides Analytics, Protection and Control for APIs

Posted · Category: Stats


Apigee is a website that provides analytics, protection and control for APIs. Apigee enables API providers to understand usage, protect their app, and enforce API terms of use. Developers using APIs can use Apigee to get visibility into the actual service levels of the APIs they consume. Apigee is for any Web API. It supports SOAP and REST – both XML and JSON. Apigee is not yet for encrypted API traffic (SSL) or OAuth.

You can understand customers, usage patterns and app behavior with detailed analytics and alerts on API traffic, clients, errors, and data volumes. Protect your application and customers from misuse and abuse with API throttling, XML threat screening, and SLA alerts.

Apigee is a ‘Freemium’ service. Apigee’s Basic service is Free up to 10,000 messages per hour. You can create as many proxies for as many APIs as you want.


Requirements: –
Demo: http://www.apigee.com/
License: Free up to 10,000 Messages per hour

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